Medieval Spoon "Leipzig"

Art.Nr.: 14 Löffel Leipzig
6,71 €
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Medieval spoon of acacia wood
Medieval spoon of acacia wood
Wooden Spoon of the Middle Ages
Wooden Spoon of the Middle Ages
Medieval spoon made from wood
Medieval spoon made from wood
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Medieval wooden spoon - carved by hand.

Here you can buy a medieval wooden spoon that has been carved true to detail based on a historical find.

The beautifully curved medieval wooden spoon was carved by hand from acacia wood using traditional craftsmanship and is based on a find from the Kühnertsgasse excavations in Leipzig.

The medieval wooden spoon Leipzig has a very pleasant, warm wood tone, a carefully smoothed surface and is a typical representative of late medieval wooden spoons.

The Leipzig wooden spoon measures 14 x 5 cm. It was made from mango wood and treated with vegetable oil.

The medieval spoon from Leipzig is a typical example of late medieval wooden spoons and dates back to the end of the 15th century AD with its short, curved handle and drop-shaped bowl.

In addition to long-handled spoons, which were mainly used as cooking spoons, wooden spoons in the late Middle Ages usually had a very short handle and a wide bowl and were sometimes decorated with simple carvings.
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Medieval wooden spoon - carved by hand.

Here you can buy a medieval wooden spoon that has been carved true to detail based on a historical find.

The beautifully curved medieval wooden spoon was carved by hand from acacia wood using traditional craftsmanship and is based on a find from the Kühnertsgasse excavations in Leipzig.

The medieval wooden spoon Leipzig has a very pleasant, warm wood tone, a carefully smoothed surface and is a typical representative of late medieval wooden spoons.

The Leipzig wooden spoon measures 14 x 5 cm. It was made from mango wood and treated with vegetable oil.

The medieval spoon from Leipzig is a typical example of late medieval wooden spoons and dates back to the end of the 15th century AD with its short, curved handle and drop-shaped bowl.

In addition to long-handled spoons, which were mainly used as cooking spoons, wooden spoons in the late Middle Ages usually had a very short handle and a wide bowl and were sometimes decorated with simple carvings.
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